Today’s bonus comic remains in the surreal landscape of the mind where dreams and fears and ooky things lurk. Weee!
The drawing is actually one I did a while back when GingerDead revealed his fear of milk to me. You can buy t-shirts of the milk attack scene here if you want and i’ll be your best friend and stuff. You can also send me pictures if you already have any GingerDead apparel and i can make a cool page for people to show off their threads in. If you are shy, you can sever your head. 🙂
Today I have a guest artist appearance over at debt-on comics. Scott Morris is taking the month off and is featuring various comickers. It was my first try at this guest thing so I took the easy way out and accepted a script and just did the artwork portion. That sounds way easier than it was, but it was fun. Dressing Sid up in some punk threads was my favorite part.
So, i’ve had some cool advertisers over here since I joined Project Wonderful. Today, I want to draw your attention to Journey of a Ghost. This is something very different. Marco Leon does the comic as a video. It’s not animated in the sense of the flash animations you may have seen other places. It’s more like a book that moves and speaks to you.
I’ll be lazy now and cut and paste his description of the story:
The story is about a ghost named Byron, who struggles to keep his mind in one piece. He has plenty of unfinished business in the world of the living.Lots of wheels within wheels, easter eggs, and references to mythology and pop-culture.
Intriguing, huh? So get cozy and nestle in for some episodes of Journey of a Ghost available here.
Thanks for reading and see you on Wednesday.